The government has set out its negotiating stance on jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of the EU post-Brexit, but many uncertainties remain on green laws and standards
As the government gradually lays out its Brexit negotiating hand ahead of the latest round of talks with EU counterparts in Brussels next week, the barrage of questions about exactly how green protections...
The falling cost of solar power and batteries is having a "significant impact" on the coal sector, says national mining company in Coal Vision 2030 consultation
Slight year-on-year uptick in household recycling welcomed by industry, but green groups highlight 'packaging waste mountain' revealed by latest Defra figures
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Many consumer-facing companies with recognizable brands are taking action, but companies lower down in the supply chain are not, a new study finds